What’s up Warsaw? TUESDAY, 23 July 2013

#FILM  Cinema under the stars  Summer Film Capital is a cycle which presents great films completely free of charge in the ambience of Warsaw parks. A good reason to visit Pole Mokotowskie, one of the biggest parks in the city just South of the city centre (Politechnika or Pole Mokotowskie metro stations) may be Woody […]

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What’s up Warsaw? MONDAY 22 July 2013

#FOOD  Best ‘chłodnik’ in town is at the butcher’s!  Polish cuisine boasts an infinite number of soups, ranging from traditional sour-rye soup that works wonders on rough night maladies to summer soups that actually cool you down. The latter are known as chłodnik or cold soup and are a must when in summertime Poland! Most […]

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What’s up Warsaw? SUNDAY, 21 July 2013

#SHOPPING Flea market This flea market is a nice rubbish fair. U can bring whatever U want to sell, just find some space and trade.Come there only to hang around, play volleyball between watching the stuff, drink lemonade, sit on the sand and enjoy what U’ve hunted. One man’s trash is another man’s come up. […]

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What’s up Warsaw? SATURDAY 20 July 2013

#CONCERT&PARTY  Music of the future  The ‘Music of the Future’ project celebrates it’s second anniversary. The party will be massive taking place in two area, one it’s a post-industrial club, the second is an open-air space by the river. The headliners are Mount Kimbie, the experimental and eclectic electronica, often labeled as ‘post-dubstep’ (concert in […]

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What’s up Warsaw? FRIDAY, 19 July 2013

#MUSIC  Warsaw Summer Jazz Days in its 22nd edition!  Throughout this week you will have the opportunity to meet some of the living legends in the world of jazz – this Friday it’s two trios and a quartet. Andrea Marcelli Trio, Jerzy Mazzol Trio and Antonio Sanchez Quartet  will perform in the post-industrial space of […]

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What’s Up, Warsaw? THURSDAY, July 18th, 2013

#FOOD  Best ‘chłodnik’ in town is at the butcher’s!  Polish cuisine boasts an infinite number of soups, ranging from traditional sour-rye soup that works wonders on rough night maladies to summer soups that actually cool you down. The latter are known as chłodnik or cold soup and are a must when in summertime Poland! Most […]

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What’s up, Warsaw? WEDNESDAY, July 17th, 2013

#MUSEUM  Chopin’s drawing-room  Missed the free Tuesday in the Chopin museum? Don’t worry, Wednesday gives you another opportunity to see a place connected with the famous Polish composer without having to reach for the wallet. Chopin’s Drawing Room is a branch of the main museum, giving you an opportunity to see what the composer called […]

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What’s up, Warsaw? TUESDAY, July 16th, 2013

#MUSEUM  Chopin for free!  Opened a mere 3 years ago, this tech-savvy museum located in a meticulously restored palace gives an impressive account of the life of Poland’s national composer, Frederic Chopin; from his early days in Żelazowa Wola and Warsaw to his great career in Paris. Multilingual audioguides will help you follow the exhibition […]

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What’s up, Warsaw? MONDAY, July 15th, 2013

#MUSEUMS Warsaw Rising Museum The 1944 Uprising in Warsaw was one of the biggest battles of resistance against the Nazi in Europe during WWII and brought almost complete destruction of the city. The Museum tells the story of tragic events of August and Spetember 1944 in a multimedia-based way. It’s an enthralling journey through the […]

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